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James Gurney to Speak on Rockville Campus Sept. 12

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Category: Arts at MC

Published: Sep 5 2012 12:00AM

The Communication Arts Technologies Department, the Art Department, and the MC Arts Institute present Careers in the Visual Arts. This lecture series is part of the year long celebration of the Arts, Questions of Identity: Who, What, Why We Are.

James Gurney, award-winning artist and author of the Dinotopia series will speak on Wednesday, September 12, 2:30-4:30 p.m. This series is open to anyone interested in careers in the visual arts. Mr Gurney will speak about the process of creating his world famous books after which there will be time for book signing and questions and answers.

James Gurney is the artist and author best known for his illustrated book series Dinotopia. He specializes in painting realistic images of scenes that can't be photographed, from dinosaurs to ancient civilizations. He is also a dedicated plein air (outdoor) painter and sketcher, believing that making studies directly from observation fuels his imagination.

Wednesday, September 12
2:30-4:30 p.m.
Technical Center Auditorium, Room 136
Rockville Campus

For more information contact
Martha Vaughan
240-567-7521
martha.vaughan@montgomerycollege.edu

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